Barramundi

Fishing the flush

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In Australia’s tropical north January traditionally heralds the start of the wet season and more often than not that means rain. It’s also the time of the year when most fisherman switch their efforts away from their ...

Impoundment Barra

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Impoundment Barra have behavioral characteristics which have baffle the most seasoned of anglers. Every successful session has been paid for with many fruitless hours or days on the water. It's true, there is no subst...

Impoundment Barra On Lipless Crankbaits

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The vibe in the group was starting to wane. Under a fading sun and with the faint waft of a nearby fire quietly passing, the past 48 hours on the water had resulted in little more than a solitary ego-saving barra. ...

Landbased Barra

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Words & Images: Cliff Mann I must admit that I get a little excited at this time of year, as March focuses my mind on just one thing: barramundi. With the wet season normally in full swing over the next couple of...

Swimbaits In Australia

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Words: Matt Perdrau Images: Matt Perdrau & Dean Norbiato Well, it was inevitable: it was only a matter of time before we caught up with the rest of the world and started realising the potential of swimbaits. Fr...

Topwater Barra

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Not many experiences in fishing compare to having your surface lure engulfed right before your very eyes. Targeting Australia's premier sportfish, the barramundi in this manner is not only exhilarating but very effect...

Trolling for Barramundi

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Barramundi are without a doubt the iconic sportfish in the Northern half of the country. They have the ability to hit hard, jump, destroy tackle and grow to an impressive size. Nothing in north Australian estuary fish...

trolling the flats

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The tropics of Australia offer many varied and challenging scenarios in which to target the mighty barramundi.  However, if big wild barramundi are your primary target, one of the more productive techniques is trollin...